Ticket prices announced

PUBLISHED: 14:48 25 May 2011




The Seagulls announce their ticket prices for next season.

WESTON FC has announced its ticket prices for next season.

The club has experienced a fantastic year and wants to reward the loyal and growing group of supporters, both for match days and season tickets and to offer those adults who bring along under 10s a realistic admission price.

Inevitably, costs have risen significantly over the past two years and the board is keen to minimise the impact on supporters.

Adult prices have been held at last season’s level with a reduction for senior citizens and under-16s. There is also a new category of adult/senior citizen plus a child under 10.

Prices (league): adults: £10; senior citizens: £6; under-16s: £6; adult plus child under 10: £11; senior citizen plus child under 10: £7. Friendlies - adults £8; senior citizens £5; under-16s £5.

Season tickets (before June 30) – adults £160; senior citizens: £95; Seagulls: £10. From July 1 – adults: £180; senior citizens: £110; Seagulls: £10.

In order to support the football management in their desire to reach the Conference South play-offs, there has been a substantial increase in the playing budget for next season.

The successful Pound a Point scheme which raised £3,500 last season is being reintroduced to bolster this aim. Club officials will be visible at home matches to ask supporters to sign up for this initiative, helping to increase the money available to Craig Laird to provide more playing options.

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